Joshua Elias, a longtime resident at The Brewery Arts, Los
Angeles, is a lyrical abstract artist, writer and poet incorporating
humor as a stint and abstraction as a vessel to hold an interior
landscape of a higher world. Elias has received many honors
including an Artist’s Residency at Fundacion Valaparaiso in
Andalucia Spain, inclusions at the art collection at the RAND
Corporation, artworks featured at TED.com Kohler Home for
the Future, and a recent participant in the Iceland Writers
Retreat in Reykjavik Iceland. His art and writing can be found at
14th Annual Emerging Voices Group Show
|May 12, 2017, 7 pm @ The Federal Bar
Lara Fitzjarrald is pursuing her MFA in fiction at UC Irvine.
She is currently working on linked stories revolved around Radio
Hill, near Chinatown, and a novel about an ex-stuntwoman set
along the Los Angeles River.
Kristin Kaz writes, teachers and collages in the San
Fernando Valley. She currently serves as Prose Editor for
Angel City Review and is the founder of Analog Dandruff, a
small-scale arts-and-letters press. Kaz’ work can be found in
The Northridge Review and El Portal, and you follow her find
her zines and writing updates @kristin.kaz.
Drew MacDonald spent his twenties as a daily newspaper
reporter – covering everything from crime to film to restaurant
reviews. He has worked as an audiobook editor, bookstore
manager and most recently in the Creative Technical
Department of the Universal Studios Theme Park. MacDonald
recently participated in the Napa Valley Writer’s Conference.
Kirk Sever surfs, bar tends, and teaches writing. He also
writes books, stories, and poems. You can spot Sever’s writing
in The Colorado Review, Unbroken Press, Angel City
Review and Rain Taxi when not surfing at the Santa Clara
Rivermouth in Ventura.
Mia Taylor is a writer, copy editor, and researcher living in Los
Angeles. Recently she lived in Nepal teaching English in a
monastery to young Tibetan Buddhist monks. Taylor is currently
doing research for a new game show.